You cannot create more than 1,000 exclusions for Adaptive Anomaly Control rules. It is not recommended to create more than 200 exclusions. To reduce the number of exclusions used, it is recommended to use masks in the settings of exclusions.
An exclusion for an Adaptive Anomaly Control rule includes a description of the source and target objects. The source object is the object performing the actions. The target object is the object on which the actions are being performed. For example, you have opened a file named
file.xlsx. As a result, a library file with the DLL extension is loaded into the computer memory. This library is used by a browser (executable file named
browser.exe). In this example,
file.xlsx is the source object, Excel is the source process,
browser.exe is the target object, and Browser is the target process.
To create an exclusion for an Adaptive Anomaly Control rule:
The Adaptive Anomaly Control rule list opens.
The Adaptive Anomaly Control rule properties window opens.
The exclusion properties window opens.
Adaptive Anomaly Control does not support exclusions for user groups. If you select a user group, Kaspersky Endpoint Security does not apply the exclusion.
Dir\*.exe). For example, file path
document.docm, which uses a script or macro to start the target processes.
You can also specify other objects to exclude, such as a web address, macro, command in the command line, registry path, or others. Specify the object according to the following template:
<object> refers to the name of the object, for example,
object://HKEY_USERS. You can also use masks, for example,
The Adaptive Anomaly Control rule is not applied to actions performed by the object, or to processes started by the object.
object://<command>, for example,
object://cmdline:powershell -Command "$result = 'C:\windows\temp\result_local_users_pwdage txt'". You can also use masks, for example,
The Adaptive Anomaly Control rule is not applied to actions taken on the object, or to processes started on the object.